Shares fell after the miner said it would suspend dividends until further notice, due to current restrictions to funds held at its Kyrgyz Republic subsidiary, Kumtor Gold.
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Russian-Canadian Vera Kirikova will become human resources group executive while Simone Niven will assume the corporate relations group executive post.
Construction of the 50,000-barrel-a-day expansion will begin in the first half of 2017, the company said.
For the vast untapped potential of the nuclear energy industry and the uranium that feeds it, this could contribute to a market-disrupting revival that no longer bows to fear and the politics of economy.
Pipeline ruptures, bunker fuel spills pose a greater risk than a major oil tanker spill, they say.
With fluctuating commodity prices, the top priorities for Canadian miners next year will be capital allocation, strategic deal making and employing new technology and innovations, a report shows.
Global rough diamond production will reach its peak in only three years before entering into a supply deficit by 2020, two separate reports show.
Chief executive Jean-Sebastian Jacques comments come as the company had to suspend shipments from the Mongolian mine last week.
Oil sands/US waterways at risk of spills NRDC: Canadian tanker scheme puts US coasts, key rivers in real danger
A flood of dirty oil and possible damaging spills in the Atlantic, Pacific and Mississippi River threatens iconic species, tourism and communities; also would increase climate pollution double Keystone XL’s.
CFSW LNG Constructors – a consortium of four major engineering and construction firms and the lead contractor for LNG Canada – has cancelled the bidding process for the project.
The gold producer said the region will play an increasingly important role in its growth strategy.
Based on the conglomerate's estimates, opening such plant would increase value of the product 35 times, comparing to what it could be obtained by just selling it as lithium carbonate.
Suit claims company failed to report mercury levels at five of nine water monitoring stations near Victor mine.
Situation has worsened as a result of a shortage of new discoveries, cost cutting measures and miners digging out higher-grade material for a short-term gain, say experts.
Flux in gas demand, delay in Petronas decision among clouds on B.C. northeast’s horizon.
Board of directors has approved the change effective December 6, 2016, in order to better reflect the company's existing business.
A recent bump in the price of copper has Yukon's only operating mine looking to bring back some laid-off workers.
Barrick Gold Corporation announced today the final results and settlement of its $650 million cash tender offer for specified series of outstanding notes. The terms and conditions of the Tender Offer were described in an offer to purchase and the related letter of transmittal, each dated November 2, 2016.
The junior gold miners’ and explorers’ stocks have been crushed in recent months, collateral damage from enormous gold-futures selling.
Companies respond by banning rodent poison.
The junior miner claims the mining authority did not process its exploration application in accordance with the country’s mining code.
At over $43 billion, 2016 is set to be a record year for raising capital to invest in North America's energy sector, but not a single fund is targeting coal.
Company says it was forced to lay off employees from across the business given "current market conditions."
Last night activists obliterated the words ‘democracy’, ‘environment’ and ‘justice’ with gold spray paint outside the offices of a Canadian mining company, in a protest designed to draw attention to the corporate court system being proposed under the EU-Canada trade deal, CETA.
Trudeau approves Trans Mountain and Line 3 replacement project, rejects Northern Gateway.